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Or, the scam artist may ask for your bank account information, supposedly so your winning can be directly transferred into your bank account.
The scam artist uses this information to empty your bank account.
You are instructed to deposit or cash the “check” and send some amount of money back to the scam artist or a third person. You are almost certainly being targeted by a fake check scam.Once the money has been sent, contact with the scam artist is cut off, and the money is lost for good.More information on lottery scams is available here and here.Increasingly, however, scam artists are asking people to forward them money using reloadable cards.These cards are sold at stores and have a serial number that is used to transfer funds from the card.